Great news everyone, José and the Elixir team have been so impressed with the forum that they have announced their intention of migrating the Elixir-Lang-Talk Google Group/Mailing list here
I am sure you will agree this is fantastic news, and to reflect our new found status we have made some tweaks to the forum categories.
Firstly, we now have an Elixir News section. This is where all official Elixir News will be posted (by members of the Elixir lang team).
We have also added a much needed Elixir Questions section and the separate ‘Books’ and ‘Videos’ sections have been merged into the Learning Elixir section. Some of the more specialised sections have gone too and for these topics we aim to use tags instead.
As always we will continue to listen to your feedback, so please let us know what you think after living with these changes for a while. With your help we are sure the forum (and Elixir!) will go from strength to strength!
We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank @josevalim and the team for placing so much faith and trust in us - we will not let you down!
Finally, we’d like thank all of our members and moderators for their help with everything, and of course to send a very warm welcome to our friends coming over from ELT - it’s great to have you here and if you need help with anything please just let us know. In the meantime, here are some threads to get you going:
- Our introductions thread
- How to use this forum as a Mailing List
- Features and benefits of the forum
- This forum is community driven - Trust Levels info
- And here’s our list of other popular threads you might want to look at.
The off-topic ‘Lounge’ section is now added to all new user’s mute lists by default. If you want to add it to your own mute list please do so via your control panel, under
Muted. Please also see this post for more info.
You can now email in to create a thread. Simply send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org from the email address associated with your account. See this post for more info.
Following feedback on the design, we have removed: 22px in between the post text and post controls, a further 3px in-between each post and 14px from above the thread title (which shouldn’t have been there to begin with). If you still want something as condensed as the ELT Google Group, then we can offer you our mobile view. Click the following links to turn it on (then hit refresh), and here to turn it off. Alternatively, there is a condensed user-style you can use in your browser here.